Tag Archives: Adrienne Rich

Word Cloud: LATE-BLOOMER

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Eleanor Ross Taylor (1920-2011) was born in Norwood, North Carolina on June 30, 1920. At the time, there were about 1200 people living in or near the town. She once said in an interview: “I think the first … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: May 16, 2018

May 16th is Biographer’s Day * Coquilles Saint Jacques Day National Mimosa Day Honor Our LGBT Elders’ Day * National Love a Tree Day _________________________________________ MORE! James Boswell, Margret Rey and Studs Terkel, click

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Word Cloud: MAYTIME

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Welcome to the third week of the darling bards of May (with apologies to Shakespeare). As you might expect, most of the poets are English and American, but we do have one of the most famous Italian poets, … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: May 16, 2017

May 16th is Biographer’s Day * Coquilles Saint Jacques Day Mimosa Day Honor Our LGBT Elders’ Day * National Love a Tree Day ________________________________________________________________ MORE! James Boswell, Margret Rey and  Bob Dylan, click

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Word Cloud: CHIAROSCURO

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD For several years now, Right Wing think tanks and other revisionists have striven to convince us that “Black Slavery Wasn’t as Bad as You’ve Been Taught.” Since the people putting this theory out there are white, and have … Continue reading

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